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Fransje Gimbrere made Sculptures from Recycled Plastic and Natural Fibres

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Fransje Gimbrere uses a combination of natural and synthetic yarn to create a collection of sculptures. Fransie chose a selection of natural textiles such as bamboo, linen, cotton, and synthetic yarns from recycled plastic bottles, which she then used create three-dimensional figures that were woven and weaved.

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https://www.dezeen.com/2017/12/28/fransje-gimbrere-textile-sculptures-natural-fibres-recycled-plastic-dutch-design-week/

Stine Mikkelsen premieres Granite and Tin sculptures in Miami

Architecture, Design, Textilesnicole ziziComment

Stine Mikkelsen, a Danish Textile Designer created a collection of impressive furniture pieces. Mikkelsen used a crushed granite, melted tin and torched rope to create this collection. These pieces are based on objects found in her hometown of Marstal, located in Denmark's Baltic Sea islands.

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https://www.dezeen.com/2017/12/26/tactile-monoliths-stine-mikkelsen-furniture-aybar-gallery-miami/